David Gregory took Meet The Press to an even lower low by ignoring all reality about the ACA website and shilling for a delay in the individual mandate.
Republican talking points distributor David Gregory was happy to help Brian Williams advance concern trolling to the next level by comparing the ACA rollout to the Iraq War.
Darrell Issa made a fool of himself as he tried to defend his Benghazi conspiracy. David Gregory pushed back hard, even bringing up the GOP's defundig of security.
On Meet The Press today, David Gregory was caught red handed trying to distance Mitt Romney from Todd Akin and Richard Mourdock by Rachel Maddow.
Romney surrogate Sen. Marco Rubio confirmed a troubling fact: as President, Mitt Romney would sign a bill banning abortion. He doesn't tell us which bill, of course.
Elizabeth Warren rolled over Scott Brown in their second debate as the incumbent lost his cool, and cracks started to show in his moderate pseudo-Democrat facade.
David Gregory twice asserted an inaccurate Obama quote while advancing a Republican argument against President Obama's foreign policy today on Meet the Press.
In one the dumbest political moves of 2012, Tim Kaine was asked about the 47% and said he would be open to a minimum tax. Tim Kaine could use a little education, so here's a lesson on the 47%.
No one puts on a better show of pretending to push back with stern looks while his words actually just open the door for Romney spin than David Gregory.
Proving how little he knows about the issue of abortion and how little David Gregory cares about the facts, Romney announced a policy position today that has already been in place since 1976.
David Gregory tried his best to shove Republican talking points about the Affordable Care Act down Nancy Pelosi's throat, but the former Speaker put the GOP media drone in his place.
David Gregory assists another deceptive Republican talking point, and the people lose again. Today’s lie was brought to you by the “liberal media” at NBC.